Azimio politician Junet Mohamed has now alleged on how President William Ruto has smartly blocked them from going to court to challenge the suspension of the four embattled IEBC commissioners. The Suna East Member of Parliament who is also the Minority Leader in the National Assembly has purported that it may not be easy for them to go to court after Ruto played his cards well. Taking to his twitter handle Junet Mohamed said that His Excellency President William Ruto had today advised them to go to court if they have serious issues with his government but the courts have given same dates for hearing the petitions which may not be easy for them to manage.
The vocal politician in his remarks said, Mtukufu Rais today advised us to go to court if we are agrieved. I wish to inform him that five cases were filled by lawyers of The Cherera group in diffrent courts and all the judges in those courts gave the same date for hearing the petition which is 14th of December. Who is micro managing the courts?" The Azimio leaders are not happy with this action taken by the courts and they feel that Ruto is playing a game on them.
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